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From "Ravishankar.S" <ra...@ibc.co.in>
Subject Re: JSP Setup.
Date Mon, 25 Jun 2001 05:25:54 GMT
nope tim,
      u dont need any jar files just make sure that u place the jsp's in the
right place.u can place them in <tomcat home>\webapps\ROOT or <tomcat
home>\webapps\examples\jsp or create ur own context and place them in
<tomcat home>\webapps\<ur context>\jsp and make sure java_home is set to
C:\jdk1.3(assuming that is where u have it!!) in startup.bat

Ravishankar.S
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Tim Ashman" <tim@ashmans.com>
To: <tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2001 10:29 AM
Subject: JSP Setup.


> I'm new to Tomcat and have Tomcat and apache playing together.  I've
> been able to create servlets, and have them successfully run.  I am now
> trying to learn JSP but when I put the *.jsp files onto the server I
> can't get them to run.  I receive 404 errors.  I've looked though the
> online help, etc and most of it seems a little confusing.
>
> Am I just placing the .jsp's in the wrong place?  Do I need some .jar
> files that don't come with the standard java/tomcat installs?
>
> Thanks.


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